NGSN adds Liga MX and Swedish league


Next Generation Sports Network (NGSN), the online streaming service that offers soccer fans in the US access to many niche leagues, has expanded its coverage of leagues today by adding select English-language broadcasts of Liga MX games, as well as coverage of the Swedish league.

NGSN has acquired the rights to broadcast the home matches of four Liga MX top teams: Club América, Chivas de Guadalajara, Cruz Azul and Pumas. Under the agreement, NGSN will have the exclusive rights in the US to broadcast two matches per round through NGSN’s digital platforms and apps until and including Torneo Clausura 2018. Commentary will be in English only. The first games will be broadcast this weekend.

NGSN will broadcast the Liga MX matches live and on demand and will also make available highlights, goal clips and statistics.

NGSN has also acquired the exclusive right to broadcast the Swedish Allsvenskan Football League in the US and Canada until December 31, 2017. The first broadcasts will start in September. Commentary will be in English and Swedish.

SEE MORE: Interview with NGSN CEO about TV rights and NGSN’s programming.

In addition to Liga MX and Sweden, NGSN has the rights to the J-League, K-League, Eredivisie, Argentina Primera Division, as well as leagues from Portugal, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Venezuela and Russia, as well as domestic cup competitions.

NGSN helps provide soccer fans in the US with coverage of many leagues that they would otherwise not be able to watch. All broadcasts are available live and on-demand.

Over the course of a typical month, NGSN offers more than 250 matches to choose from.

You can watch soccer broadcasts through NGSN on your computer, smart phone, tablet or television (via AirPlay or Chromecast).

With recent announcements from fuboTV and FOX Soccer 2GO, the number of options and differences between the soccer streaming services is starting to become mind-boggling. To help determine which streaming service is best for you, read our guide to the differences between the soccer streaming services, as well as a league-by-league guide to where you can watch soccer on US TV and Internet.

Sign up for a free 30-day trial to NGSN today to kick the tires and see if the service is a good fit for you.

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